Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops – #LiveUnprocessed

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

Taking time to unplug is seemingly a challenging task in the age in which we live. From gaming to social media, you have to stay in it and keep up to stay in the know. One of the ways we try to live a bit more unprocessed is by “unplugging”, limiting electronic usage. We have a mandatory quiet time each day…a time to unplug…at which time the kids can nap or read a book. We also play board and/or card games versus our electronics. While we’re playing games, I like to share a yummy snack or kid friendly dessert with the kids. So today I’m sharing my Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops. 

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

We love to eat at our house SO knowing the ingredients that are in the products that we consume for ourselves and even more so for our children is most important to us. 

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

So when I heard of Arla products, I knew we had a winner! Arla products help our family live unprocessed since their products are free of artificial flavors, preservatives and added hormones*. 

*FDA has determined that there is no significant diference between milk derived from rBST-treated and non-rBST-treated cows.

For this “Live Unprocessed” campaign, Arla asked a group of children to imagine and draw ingredients that are commonly found in dairy products, like Xanthan, rBST and Sorbic Acid.” Head over to Arla to see behind the scenes of the campaign in the making with some super cute kids! 

I asked our kids to make drawings of those same ingredients commonly found in dairy and this is what they drew. 

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

These depictions of ingredients…wowsers, from machines to total chaos. That is what our kids think of those ingredients. Thank goodness for Arla, ingredients that we ALL know! 

Giveaway time! Head over to watch the behind-the-scenes video here and those of you who comment with their favorite part of the videos will Receive a shipment of Arla cheese. How awesome is that!

Also checkout this yummy recipe using Arla Original Cream Cheese…

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pop Recipe

Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops

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Live Unprocessed with Kid Favorite No Bake Cheesecake Pops
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  1. In a large bowl, combine the Cream Cheese, Vanilla Flavor, Lemon Juice and Sweetened Condensed milk in a bowl.
  2. Using an electric mixer at medium speed, mix the ingredients together until smooth.
  3. Cover with wrap and place in the freezer over night.
  4. Using an ice cream scoop, scoop mixture out and shape into balls, a few at a time.
  5. Place crumbled graham crackers in a bowl.
  6. Place rolled balls into graham cracker crumbs and place on serving container.
  7. Insert lollipop sticks and serve. If you are not serving immediately, place back in freezer.
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  • Anne Wright

    omg, now i know what to do this weekend! This looks really good! Thank you for sharing your recipe!

  • Tiffany Meiter

    Yum!!! I would love to try this.

  • Patricia Conte

    What a fun treat (for little kids and big ones, too)! I really like those drawings 🙂 Always fun to look at all that imagination!

  • Deepa Malhotra Gandhi

    These look yum and my younger one is a big fan of chocolate and cake pops. WE don’t get this product here but can try with something similar.

  • L.C. @ A Life of Authenticity

    I’d really like to know what these taste like? Is the taste mostly cheese? I’m intrigued about this recipe. I love the idea but I’m curious about the taste. Would love to know more.

  • Belema Ronabere

    I’m intrigued by this and anything no bake excites me. This looks yummy.

  • David Elliott

    It sounds perfect, especially the no bake part. I love doing things with my daughter in the kitchen and this is great.

  • Alayna

    My waistline is telling me no, but my tastebuds are telling me yes. LOL. This looks magical.

  • Love how easy it is to make this. We can actually make this with the boys! I’ll be sure to pin it for later use.

  • 1froglegs

    I like the premise of the ad campaign. Everyone can relate to the unpronounceable ingredients list. I think it will be effective. I thought the ad was just a simple computer generated cartoon, but according to the behind the scenes video, it is more like claymation.